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UAE's Best Offroad Club with friendly, passionate and certified experts

Learn to drive your 4X4 off-road to conquer trails with full confidence.

Challenge yourself safely with 7 unique levels of off road expertise for beginners, intermediate and advance.

Carnity Off-Road Club has been founded by a group of passionate off-roaders who believe in building an off-road community to learn, drive and have fun together. We encourage people to self-drive their 4x4 vehicles by learning the basics first, to enjoy the freedom of exploring various types of off-road terrains that the UAE has to offer.

We are a multicultural off road club that emphasizes on community atmosphere and safety, and we are grateful to share the joy of seeing new members grow into confident off-roaders that carry forward our vision and aim of becoming the best off-road club of the UAE!

We explore deserts, mountains and organize camping trips with like-minded adventurous members. Our senior off-roaders with decades of experience know all the beautiful areas and spots and you will see the UAE from another vantage point!

Learn more - How it works?



  • To self drive your vehicle off-road and learn to push your limits "SAFELY".
  • To get your hands, feet and vehicle little dirty while exploring new places.
  • To meet like-minded multi-cultural people who share the same passion.


  • Introduction to off-roading.
  • Desert driving basics and etiquette.
  • Desert driving tips, techniques, myth and best practices.
  • Off-road and safety gear familiarization and recovery procedures.
  • Vehicle orientation, risk analysis, deflation and outdoor safety advice.


  • Most of the free off-road clubs are backed with car businesses:
    • To influence you to modify your stock vehicle.
    • Promote sponsor products with biased reviews.
    • Encourage you for fast drives to maximize damage.
  • Most of the social off-road clubs aren't safe without expertise:
    • No presence of structure, ranks and drive levels.
    • Limited technical knowledge for extreme recoveries.
    • Results in higher accidents and damage ratio overtime.


  • Carnity and it's off-road club is a "Pay it forward" Community.
  • Whatever you learn from seniors, remember to pass it on to others.
  • Be kind and respectful for other's time, knowledge and culture they share.


  1. Independent - Not supported by any car business
  2. Unbiased - Drive off-road even with a stock 4x4
  3. Transparent - Merit based promotions for all
  4. Welcome any previous off-road experience
  5. Provide clear off-road grading structure
  6. Focus on safety while having fun
  7. Offer extensive off-road training to all
  8. Analyze off-road accidents for learning
  9. Share and preserve drive memories online
  10. More than 34+ nationalities and counting...!

MUST READ: Offroad Club Structure, Levels and Rules

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Offroad Rank: Newbie | Fewbie | Fewbie Plus | Intermediate | Support Team | Advisor | Expert | Marshal | Crew

* EX = Extreme Drive Qualified

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  2. think it's a Jeep problem, I also have it on my Grand Cherokee Hemi WK and chose to ignore it by doing top-ups if the oil dipstick says so.,, it's good your car is still under warranty so you should get that job done for free, for the rest of us old car & out-of-warranties, the labor cost doesn't justify simple top-ups 😂
  3. Update is it’s gonna be in the shop a few days , wasn’t coolant, on actually putting it on the ramp it’s the classic Jeep pentastar 3.6 crankshaft seal leak, on a engine with only 33k ! @Srikumar
  4. Hi Dears, a small video unrefined of what frames I have managed to take with 1 hand while driving with the other https://youtu.be/a3XzZrLUur8?si=bzBlu11WCZB2Gjne
  5. Thanks for keeping me informed. We will wait till you have an update on your Jeep
  6. My Jeep appears to have sprung an intermittent coolant leak, unless I can get it looked at tomorrow I may need to drop @Srikumar
  7. Hello all, last minute flight has just been added to my weekend the same night of the Offroad. I prefer to keep it safe and leave my place to someone form the waitlist. thanks all
  8. Hello, Wont be able to join this drive due to personal reasons. Emptying the space so others can join Regards, Jeetu
  9. Many thanks Mario for your help and clear explanations, I am happy that you got it sorted out in the end! I assume that is quite nice to inflate all 4 tires in the same time
  10. Hi @Dan S - the original idea is available in YouTube, search for "The Wifey Air System", the basic set up is a compressor feeding 4 lines through a manifold, a valve, a pressure gauge etc. While researching the parts I decided to add the tank and the remaining parts to safely operate it. The 2nd compressor is optional, I added it because fuses were being blown frequently in my first compressor installation, but later I found out that the installation was done incorrectly the garage (they even used wires of wrong capacity, I was lucky I did not get a fire as it was a big mess). As to the parts: I had one compressor and got a used one that was later refurbished, the remaining parts were sourced through Amazon (AE and US). The Viaair tank is available locally and through Amazon (AE). If time permits I will try to put a list and share it. In terms of getting the job done: I was lucky to find a small "boutique" garage that had started operations, they had time and a good electrician that did the cleanest installation I've seen so far. Unfortunately I cannot recommend you anymore than research for garages that focus on projects for overlanding and for you to design the system to your specs, discuss it with the garage and scrutinize every step, and then test the system thoroughly until you are satisfied. Hope this helps!
  11. @Rafey Hashmi I have done Yellow Truck a couple of times. Once in FB (2020) convoy doing 101 km (GaiaGPS) and another time in a FB+ convoy (2021) (GaiaGPS) driving about 146 km. There was however a significant length of the drive done on a pilon track. Both times I carried 40l. For FB I didn’t fill till I reached the end point but for FB+ I did fill in 20l during lunch stop and remaining at the end. Note that in the desert I drive diligently conserving fuel, by keeping the auto stop-start on as well as switching off the car whenever we had any stoppages. This time around we will drive approximately 100-110 km through the desert without any pillion track. I would recommend that you carry a minimum of 20l of fuel. 40l fuel, however, is an ideal recommendation considering the inordinate delays that could happen in the desert and there won’t be any nearby fuel stations unlike here when we drive in Dubai. We will update the recommendation again when the track is done, and the convoys are near finalized. PS: the FB+ drive was longer since we had to recover a car from the drive, and it took about 40 km otherwise it would have been 100km drive as well.
  12. then we definitely exceeded 30kmh, we had a couple of refusals and lost track. but also because all these I could sync more with the Pajero!😈 look forward to more chaos this Saturaday! pleasure driving behind you - A beneficiary of your newly upgraded exhaust system during the drive😄
  13. I was actually hoping we’d do 30+ kmph moving avg speed, alas. The problem with Gaia GPS is if you stop for say 2-3 min or even a bit more and then start driving, it doesn’t count it as stopped time dragging down the overall moving average speed, as the time is not considered for as stopped. It starts to count as stopped but if you move it removes it from stopped.
  14. I knew we were moving fast but didn't think its anywhere at 28kmh average moving speed, while climbing the medium and big dunes, thank you @Looper and the rest of the convey.
  15. Maybe it's a reason to change to intermediate. @Srikumar🫣 Sorry i need to remove myself. I have a minor accident and i dropped the to garage to fix.
  16. No worries there will be more such drives in the future. There’s always a next time.
  17. Wow 😮 you are in fact in the second lead. The names in my previous post is my tentative convoy order. For a change I have a convoy order as well this time 😜.
  18. Put me in 2nd Lead and that discipline will be tested 😂 *joking, i won't separate the convoy, most probably 50m left & right from marshal's footpath 😁
  19. PS l: welcome back @Christian Andras. It has been 25 months since I last drove with you. Glad to see you on the convoy.

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